Post by exoticplantseller on Jun 28, 2016 19:52:57 GMT -5
It could also be because the body/head is bigger than the leg. And maybe not enough light. Not enough light could cause it to be less energetic and less able to curl. I don't know much. But just a guess
The head and leg is fed to the same plant (I think, pretty positive). I just got these plants and they're now sitting by my east window. Should be plenty of sunlight/bright light? My tokaiensis sit beside them and they're quite responsive.
With regards to humidity, it's always been a problem because they're right above heat/AC vent I cover whatever I can with plastic wrap but can't do that for big plants. I find as long as the plants don't get blasted at directly by the vent, they'll do alright, provided they've already adjusted to the dry condition. I guess I have to make plastic tents for them
(Sorry for the foggy pic though, I tried at least 20 times and still can't get the phone to focus properly )
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